1. Skiff Reader
E-Readers are proving to be all the rage at CES this year (from low-power colour displays to super thin models) and we got to take a look at the preview version of the much hyped, large format Skiff.With an unannounced released date or price, the flexible Skiff will deliver content on Sprint's 3G network.
We found that the e-reader, which uses resistive touch, had better and faster reactions than the similarly sized Que from Plastic Logic (which is capacitive). Both are basically the size of a sheet of paper and are marketed at readers of traditional newspapers and magazines.